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NEW SERIES VOL. 7. NO. 39.
; LANCASTER, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 185
.WHOLE NO. 1429
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fUBLISBEfi XTSftT THURSDAY MORRIKO.
eentet weturs, FniTOB AND PROPRIETOR Jrru,ry V .
Portbe Zanesvlle Courier.
Wmo Candidate for Goverioh The
Lancaster Clatette propose Col. Van Trump,
Mormo Marriages. the Mormon pa
per,, lite Srer.gives the following account of
the formalities observed when a Saint es-
Friday Evening;, Jir. S, 1SA9.
Joaa H. Wright, Printer.
of tharplace a a candidate for nomination j ,uppeniontary wive.,aftor h alread
for the otfice of Governor, before the aadofP V r '..-..
.... rnnuoniun. A irood sueiresiion. 1 7 uu u"c
nomination fit to be made, ineuoi
OmCK Tallmadg Buildings Third Float
- Main 8trt South 81d.
.'..Terms $1,75 per annum in advance.
Thursday Evening, Jan. 8T, 1838
is a good man, a good Whin; would do honor
to the office and execute the law faithfully.
He i well and favorably known tbrougnoui
the State, by hit unceasing labor in behalf
nftlm pause of the people. We hall be
r,;...,u thrmurhout the State '
Kiau W .C. VW ..... ..WW . -- a . , .. . -
surest tne names 01 mure v- lHmrcu .v, UUv, . , ...
Iii this Church of Latter Day Saints every
man is strictly limited to one wife, unless
the Lord, through the President and Proph
et of the Church, gives a revelation permit
ting him to take more. Without such a re
velation it would be sinful, according to the
Book of Mormon, which this Church are re
., Rich'. Some men have enough brass in
: their face to. telUny thing and expect it to
be believed. Last week, the Eagle blamed
the long session to the public printing this
. week to the Whigs. What cause will be re
ferrea .to next week, . ..we are uuauie to say.
Already it bu challenged the credulity of
the public as to the sanity of the editor.
The first Idea was ridiculous and would not
go down. " The second is simply absurd.
The Legislature is entirely, completely un
der the control of Locofocoism, and the
Whigs can do nothing. They are power
Jess. - Next we suppose that the Eagle will
charge the .Whig with making and adopt
ing the new Constitution, which just at this
time looks about s much like a "fizzle" as
the Legislation of the present session. It
is as ridiculously absurd to suppose that any
good can come out of the preient Legisla
ture as to suppose that any has been done
fcy tne "new Constitution in the hands of its
friends." We would as quickly believe
that the shad could jump up Niagara falls,
and yet it had sense enough, after two or
throe attempts, to give up in despair and ac
Innwledire that "it could not be did." If
.we had any reason . to suppose that the
"present wisdom" of the State of Ohio would
exhibit the good sense of the fish in any
reasonable time, we would hnve some hopes
that an adjournment would take place short
ly. But sad to state after repeated failures
and with all the information derived from
mtside sources, the members still persist in
the belief that they can accomplish natural
im possibilities. The editor of, the EagU
ought to be among them to ill up the set.
Col. Mkdill's Popuiarity. It is amus
ing to notice the, number of references made
by the EagU to the vote of this township in
1851, to prove the popularity ofCol. Medill.
How iait! He received tvthx votes more
th.. r., Wnndind how did he eet them!
'A few rcminiscencBS of that year's campaign
would settle that question. While pretend
ing to be as good a Temperance man ae Mr.
Ei kley , tha influence of liquor was brought
to bear in its moat powerful form, and in ad
dition to this, Whig, personal friends of
Medill, were begged for their votes. The
Joten votes does not show his popularity and
had it not been far tfic other causes, ho would
have run behind Gov. Wood, dsrkicsand all.
It is well known here that he is not popular
with a Urge portion of the party, was once
defeated by th?m, and nothing but the party
lash or party influence gave him the vole of
the party in 1851. Thoe,by persisting
in its sophistry, has drawn ought these rem
iniscences, and if it is what it pretends to
be, a friend of Col. Medill, the less it refers
to it hereafter will be best for its csndidate
for Governor. .. The half has not been told
yet, and a candidate for the people's suffrag
es is public property., ;
tkoir M.ni reanectivelv. in order that when
the Convention meets it may have plenty of
good material to make a selection lnm. It
is the intention or the Muskingum Whigs,
we believe, to present the nemo of Charles
0. Convers, Esq., whose claims and qualifi
A I inn wi II auffer no disparagement by
comparison with others who have been men
tioned, witn eitner or tne pornuim
for our file leader, we opine the Whigs would
be able to make a breach in the ranks of Lo
cofocoism, and have a reosonabie prospect
of taking the fortress itself. Mbskihoom.
Single Districts. On Saturday last,
Mr.Brachman, the Whig member lrorn
Hamilton countv. offered a resolution in
structing the Judiciary committee to report
an amendment to tne . isonsuiuuuu pruvm
ins for the election of State Senators end
Representatives in single oisinuiB.
referred to the Judiciory roinmittee.
If there was ever a just, righteous and re
publican proposition, submitted for the con
sideration of a legislativebody.it is that now
offered by Mr. Brachman. The merest par
ty considerations aione prevomu n
being a part oi tne new unniuuuuu.
timo'urill rnmn when the politicians will be
compelled to face this question. The peo;te
will know who act iroin prinwpieuuu w
from mere party views. we nope pit.
Brachman will be able to get a vote on his
proposition. We want to sec how the dem
agogues, who pretend such love for equal
rights and the dear people, will vote. ,We
venture the assertion, inaj ii una reiuim
submitted to the people, they would adopt
it by at least as large a majority as they gave
rorthewew constitution. . mo
focos trust this question to the peoplel
How Gold-Lace is MAHUFAcTunEn.
Gold-lace is not gold-lace. It docs not de
serve this title; for the gold is applied as a
nrrnce to si ver. It is not even silver ince,
for the silver is applied to a foundation ol
silk. Therefore, when we are admiring the
glittering splendor of gold lace, we should, it
honor be given where honoris due,' re
member that it is silk-lace,- with a silver-gilt
coating. The cilken thread for making
this materml are wound round with gold
wir. aothicklvas to conceal the silk: and
the making of this gold-wire is one of the
mint sin irular mechanical operations imag
inable. In the first place the rehner pre
paresa solid rod of silver, about on inrh in
thickness. He heats this rod, nppliis upon
the surface a coating of gold leaf, burnishes
for there is nothing in the Bible that limit
mankind to one wife, but the Book of Mor
mon does absolutely forbid a man to have
more than one wife, unless God shall com
No man In Utah, who already has a wife,
and who may desire to obtain another, has
any right to make any propositions of mar
riage to lady until he . has consulted the
Prairfnt over the whole Church, and
ti rough him obtains a revelation from God,
a to whether it would be pleasing in His
sight. If he is forbidden by revelation, that
ends the mottcr; if, by revelation, tne priv-
ilpre ia oranted. ha Bill has no PEIU to con
sult the feelings of tho young Isdy until he
inid the annrobation of her parents,
nrnviilnil thev are hvinir m Ulan; ll .tneir
consent can not be obtained, this also ends
the matter. But if the parents or guardians
freely give their consent, then he may mane
propositions of marriage to the young lady;
;f .Iia ririiKR these Dronositions. this also
ends the matter; but if she accept, a day is
nvriiu apt nnart bv the parties for th
inirrimm perpmoiiv to be celebrated. It Is
necessary to state, that before any mnTi
takes the least step toward getting anoth
er wife, it is his duty to consult the feelings
of the wife which he already nas, ana uu
tain her consent, as recorded in the twenty
fourth paragroph of the revelation.published
in the first No. of The Seer,
ivun th latr antannrt for the solemn
ization of the marriage ceremony has arrived
the bridegroom and hi wile, ana niso me
bride, together with their relatives, and
such other guests as may be invited, as-
omh la at i lie n ace which inev nave ap
pointed. The Scribe then proceeds to tuke
the names, ages, native towns, Counties,
States and countriea of the parties to be
married, which he carefully enter on re
cord. The President, who is the Prophet,
Seer and Revelator over the vihele Church
thrnmrlioiit the world. 'and who alone holds
the keys of authority in this solemn ordin-
. J.l T . I. ...,,nil find fifth
a nee, as recorui-u in in.
paragraphs of the Revelation on Marriage,)
-nil. nnnn the bridegroom and his wife, and
the bride, to arise, which they do, fronting
the President. The wife stands on the left
hand of her husband, while the brido stands
on hnr left.
The President, then puts this question to
his wife: "Are you willingto give tins wo
m.n in vniirlinslmnd to be his lawful and
wedded wife for time trnd all eternity! If
von are, vou will innniiest it y piacmg m r
Itie lianU Ol lier tniimmi
They would sooner have the spoils j three legged stool out of bim;she move him I talk but listen, is
.live up to party faith. The Journal i' ne corner, and then another, aad sitl,nt of them.
i . : T .,.r -... hi'nd oa '"" M lf b w" no-! 'Proceed, air.'
Bask aid Barriko. The present Leg'
iilature, to carry out the principle of Ohio
Looofocoism, should pass the Sub Treasury
and Crow Bar bill. The latter would at
once put down bank and the other would
require an exclusive specie circulation. The
people of Ohio would then have practical
. . , n..i .if
experience in naoicaiiam. uui mey win
not do it. They are afraid to face the mu
says that Mr. Beckel, Locofoco represents'
live from Montgomery
"some plaiu truth in hi speech on the crow world. Now that I were only be, I'd write
-ii ii- -.ia it. tanton. i iu i i a series of matrimonial articles, and if she
. . . . . . r.k.oi . ;CHin I BO oe oy mem, I o auuron ucr w
Llation was to drive capital out or the State, ,ml(;i(ome ; of bread ,nd w,teri
and thus we lost both the taxesand the ben- i ji ... and ms perhaps brighten
fit of the use of the money. He. said a ! her idea, touching ber conjugal duties, by
Zaneville capitalist owned bank in New ; the application of a good cowhide. And
York, that Cincinnati Bankers were invest- , C"' V',.J"C
' . iiv i i .i. . .u and a host more of them in the came con
ing their money in Indiana banks; that the I di j b t the boy that will et Hum
State of Illinois, Wisconsin, flic, have ), right, if they only r.llow my example,
tried this hard money, anti-bank war, till after I have condescended to endow some lor
they found it ruining their States, when the
Bw!lo-i,rontpmplalili2lhe (rjgile ruin of ' omon wa conquered man. That day ne
his demolished t me-piire. I had to prepare breakfast, sweep the room
Here we panaed over the interval between &r. The next hi assistance wa requirea
; this occurrence and the time when the hap-', in th rubbing f the furniture and the mak
1 py pair in question were seated at break- ing of bed; and before the week was out(
; ft. h w initiated into the mystery washing
! 'Now. Sirs. Swallow,' said Solomon, 'ee- coarse towels.
. "Rule a wife and have wife."
Solomon Swallow was a bachelor, a rus
hi. minil in .!. ih'.nu ilmt wi ihti onlv ' r, ik. 1 1 i. n't awake ti, call vim uo in the ', Deeenvrste Salomon Swallow 1 Way, in
man living who had acquired the art of ta-1 1 morning, or eat burned toast, or drink raw after times when the Swallow began to
king care or a wife. 'All the married men tetl A.c-, &-c., it i t':rne I aliould begin to in- puther about him, it l whispered that hl
are dolts.' wa8oloiiion'coiiatant aasevera-Ltruct voo in your duties.' ' better half uaed to employ him at yet more
ition. 'There, for inntiuce i my neighbor, ! .And what are those. Mr. Swallow ! deeply conjugal office.
n. m n ,; :.. i. - . ,.rt :r ..... 1 Rt fur thia hava no Drool. Onlv ttlfl
iora laiigaaie, nim who mca .yi v -ue silent, inanaui, n j - T . ,
one ol the moat import- , fan inai no wi. ui. vmij
' low would trust with ber children.
About five years after the celebration of
nupluals a mend called to see mm.
Yuu must eo with me to the theatre, Mr.
.r .in ... in t nn ' Nvrn luw.' aaiu tne incnu.
-rromaixiiii ticni, ivu -e'. r. . . , c ti -.
dress quietly, so a. to create no disturbance, e .nan V mi M. S a low.
light fire. air clothing and stockings, sweep 'Hs must,' said the friend, -and.so must
rooms, prepsre Dreaaiasi, ana announce ., ...-.
er.ertinth.,eof. Eiht till ten wash tea 'l may. bat be e.n'l,' replied the d.me
things, make l-eds, rub furniture and ciean
windows. Ten to twelve, go to Market
l.ndv. while the noor man Ukes it as easy as a nH Mr. Swallow looking dauirers at her his nupluals a tneno caneu to see mm,
.ii. - j" i - . i - -- ... . : ... . : . i - . i. . v. . . . .
torn ins oreinren i,lllllTh it wss the most natural thins in the f,.T the .ermid interruotion. proceeded
people have arisen in their might and have
resolved to have good, safe, sound bank of
their own. He told them that the success
of the scheme would give the Stale to the
Whigs, at the next election, by from 10, to
20,000 majority." . .
Col. Medill. The Holmes Free Press
save of our nominee for Governor, and says
truly, that he belongs to no faction, is
controlled by no one set or men; his heart is
warm toward every true Democrat, and his
ear and his hand open to all who approach
him. Hocking Sentinel.
What a compliment! The Colonel should
be thankful for "small favors." His heart
is warm towards democrats, his ear open to
everybody who wishes to speak to him and
his hand ready for a shake with any one who
choose to grasp it. That is the best de
scription ol a demagogue we have seen for
some time, and to come from Locofoco pa
pers! what does it mean! Not one of all the
cardinal virtues claimed for him by his
fj7"In our issue of last week is found the
proceedings of a meetingof the citizens of
Coshocton, the object of which is set forth
at some length in tho preamble and resolu
tions, against the reformation of immorality
and the prevention of vice. Democrat.
Coshocton must be in a bad way; but to
prevent any conclusion against the good
citizens of that place, it is proper to say that
the Domocrat meant just the opposite of
at it said.
tunate female with the legal claim to the ti
tle of Mrs. Swallow.
Brave Solomon Swallow.
'Well Solomon,' said a neighbor to him
one morning, 'you are always boasting ol
your skill in managing a wife, how come it
that vou are not married !'
'Why, because I have not perfected my
system! You poked your head into the
noose without any .preparation, ana nencu
Mrs. Everly makes what she likes of you.
But I go to work logically. I begin oy
and prepare dinner. Twelve till two to
devote to d'uh-washing, sweeping op and
rubbing furniture. Two to six, spinning,
mending clothes, and darning stockings.
Seven, tea. From that time till nine, a sec
ond course of mending and darning, and
then fro to bed! And this daily course, mad
am, with a strict observance of the rules of
he must stop at home with the children.
And Mr. 8wallow did go to the play, and
Solomon atopped at home.
ti, hen-necked Solomon Swallow!
The moral of thi authentic tale ia that
bachelor' wive and old maids' children'
are alway excellent in theory, bat is bad
a can be in practice and tUat a "nel
wife is better thsn no wife at all! Had Sol'
onion onlv treated his better hair decently
civility, frugality, decorum, and obed.nce , w ,,-. com:
Honor to tiis L Jul"; - ' . j
pelled her to be lartarin -
studying the erodite words of Zingrukazo, pn j0 no euch thing.'
mar in time enable vou to jlo
Mrs. Swallow listened quietly to the end; ! fence, .ndhadto take the consequences,
and then mildly enquired:
A nd do you really expsct this of me, Mr.
To be sure I do,' responded her spoune.
Then you'll be sadly disappointed, lor
v . a a.i pirviii nnn wninu
thia down, and so on, until the gold is auoui j r hands of the bride.room ami
nnn nil nil !' 11 nin liii, uui hiii'.d mi piiivii "
inenme rrmi. suj-u .... . . t u b j b" thc arm, n if in the attitude ol
cesse. which brings it down to th aU oT " President then proceeds to
fine wire; it is passed through ho c. in .a ! l'Mons qiiert,0 ol the' man: "Do
steel plate, lessening step by . j': ", brother, calling him h, name,) take
et, r. The gold never deserts the silver but l' rijlli' ier ,,,,) by the ri.41.1
adhcers closely to it. and shares in .11 its ' ' f. .j . ''r t
,' Bold Theft. We plip the following from
the Statesman of Tuesday evening:
A bold and daring theft oceurred in this
e.itv thUmornine atone o'clock. Two een-
tlemen drove up to the "Buckeye House,
with a horse and buggy, and after alighting,
were met at the door by a follow who said he
wathehostler,twould take the horse around
to the stable. One or the travellers bffered
a buffalo robe to the hostler for the purpose
of covering the horse, but the pretended at
tache politely remarked that as there was
plenty or blankets in the stable, the robe
not be needed. Off he started in the
direction or the stable, and me stranger.
went into the office to warm themselves by
the fire. In a few momeuts thereafter, one
of the traveller went to the stable to see
thatthe horse was well attended to, when
lo! to his utter astonishment, horse, buggy
nod man were not to be found. The thief
..,.j nnuin nnt nf nur streets, in a south
erly direction, but afterwards returned and
crossed the Scioto bridge. Chase was im
mediately made, and continued for several
- long and weary miles.but without succeeding
in catching the hostler thief.
mntat una: it was one hundrelli part tne
thickness of the silver at the beglning, and it
maintains the same ra'io to the end.
The Railways of rnr. World. We
learn from tho American Rnilwuy Times,
that the number of miles of Railways now
in operation upon the surface of the globe
id 20,867; of which 15,430 are in the East
ern hemisphere, and 14,431 arein the West-
ern.und which are distributed as follows: In
the United States 12,817 miles; in the Brit
iuh Provinces 173 miles; in the Island of
Cuba 359 miles; in Panama 22 mile; in
South America. 30 miles; in Great Britain
6.97G miles; in Germany 5,840 miles; in
Frmce 1,831 miles; in Belgium 532 miles;
in Russia 422 miles; in Sweden 75 miles; in
Italy 170 miles; in Spain 70 miles; nnd in
India 30 miles. The longest Railway in the
umrld is the New York ond Erie, which fs
467 miles in length. The total number of
Railways in operation nnd in the course of
. .U. IT..:.J Hl.tn. iu,3'7ll
construction in mo lmiiivu wiimo,i'"i
constructed at a costof 408,103,109
Ladies ad Temper arce. Tho Ladies
r Kui York hava iust held a State Tem
perance Convention at Albany. , The at
tendance waa very large, the addresses,
speeches and resolutions pithy and pointed.
Mr, Thompson, of Albany, waa chosen
President. .A Committee of Ladies from
the Convention waited upon the Assembly,
where, by the suspension of the rules, they
wars nexinitted to nresent in person the pe
tition of 28,000 women of tne Empire State,
praying the Legislature to enact law for
the suppression of the liquor- tarffic. Miss
Clark, Chairman or the Committee, made
a brief, forcible speech, explaining me rea
sons why the petitioner ask for the passage
of the anti-liquor law. . ,
Burglar Caught bt his Boot. The
house of Mr. Page, in Milan, was entered by
a bnrglar a few nights ago. He was heard
. by Mr. P., who caught him by one leg as he
was escaping through a window. The fel
low struggled and left his boot with Mr. P.
A man by the name of Giles King waa sus
pected, and a party , proceeded to search
They found him anugly ensconced in bed at
the house of a relative near oy, on uoui ,
the aide of hia bed and its mate in the hands
fit t$Ti Page. , King wa arrested and com-piitted.-OInw.'
Her.' ' ', ...
"... -A. YETEAji,-reThere ,i a roan residing
Within four mile of Milton, Paw who was
101 year old on. the 81 at of last December,
lie can do as much work now-a-days as any
two of hi ion, says the Miltonian. ., His
Jiair ha. not yet turned grey, and he appears
I' s though hp will yet live many winters.
n the early, stages of the, revolution he fig
ured conspicuously.' " -.-'
' :' t -Th Batette v stafee ' that1 jlrst class
packet boat la to be bujlt immediately, to run
between Cincinnati aad: St. Louis.propeUeA
by caloric At Detroit, also, a vessel on the
pew principle is to be tr.H in the ni-inc.
. A Horse's Foot. The foot or a horse is
one or the most ingenious and singulur
nieces or mechanism in the animal struc
ture, and scarcely vieldin? to any in regu
larity.in complexity ot design, ine nooi
contains a series or vertical and thin lamina
or horn so numerous as to amount to about
600,and forming a complete lining to it. Into
this are fitted os many lamina belonging to
the coffin bone, which set are elastic and
adherent. The edge or a quire of paper, in
serted leaf by leaf into another, wiil convey
a sufficient idea ol tins arrangement, i una
the weight of the animal is supported by as
mun olnntie. snrinirs as there are lamina in
ail the feet.amounting to about four thousand
distributed in the most secure manner.since
vnrv snrinp is acted upon in an oblique di
rection. Sucliis'he contrivance for their
safety or an animal destined to carry greater
weights than inai oi its own uouy,a iu
thoso, under the hazard of heavy shocks. .
fj-The Colossal Equestrlun Statue or
Washington, just ordered by Congress, is
to be placed in Capitol Square. When it is
completed Wsslungion city win imve mo
Colossal Statue or Washington, by Green
ouh, the Notional Washington Monument,
and a Colossal Equestrian Statue or Wash
h Mills. It is a note-worthy lact
that the last mentioned work was ordered in
1783. but that the necessary appropriation
was not made until 1853, jiiBt seventy y eors
after the making ol the original oroer.
Am Inhuman Mother. The Pittsburgh
ntan.irh otntoi that recently an engineer on
the Centril Road at a curve discovered some
,i.in .n the. track, and succeeded in stop
ping his train before reaching the object.
It nroved to be a babe, dressed, and in ap-
, n,i ...mnitinn. A ladv in the cars,
on her way home to Ohio, took charge of
the infant and brought it to Pittsburgh.
Th nnfeelinir mother who exposed her
child to instant death, has not been discov
ered.'''' '" ''''. ' '" '' .
Hehry Stambkrt The great prelimin
ary trial of the "Martha Washington" con
spirator ha elicited very general remark.
Those who have attended the trial, and the
best legal minds of the State were preient,
all coincide in the opinion that the masterly
prosecution of Mr. Stanbery, pitted a he
wa against such a host of advocates, has ne
ver been equaled in the criminal jurispru
dence of lte West. Sprxngfiel4 Gaietter , r
; OirThe eubscrlptioa of $117,000, t6 erect
a new Oner a House, in Boston, give aa
vour Inwful und wedded wife.aud you to be
? . . . . I III L .. 1 1 r.. . : n. A
her lawlul anu wenueu nusiiiui", i" muo
and al! eternity, with a covenant and prom
ise, on your part, thut you will fulfill all the
laws, rites and ordinances pertaining to this
iwilu mntrimonv. in the new and everluft-
Ing covenant, doing this in the presence of
God.nncels, and these witnesses, oi your
own tree win anu cnoici-i. iu uiiui:eiuui
The Prea dent then nuts tne qurstion 10
the bride: "Do you sister (calling her bij
name) take brother calling him hy name) by
. . . ii . - u: A
the right hand, and give yoursen to mm vu
he his lawful and wedded wife for time and
all eternity, with a covenant and promise,
on your part, that you will fulfill all the laws,
rites and ordinances pertaining to uu
mntritnrinv in tlm new and cverlastinc cove
nant, doing this in the presence of God,
angels and these witnesses, of your own free
will and rhoicel" The brido answers, yes.
Tho President then says. "In the name of
the Lord Jesus Christ, and by the authority
nf ti,B Hnlv Priesthood. I pronounce you le
gally and lawfully husband and wife for
time and for nil eternity; and I seal upon
!nn thn Llessinirs orthe holy resurrection
with power to come loriinn we muiim. w.
the first rcsurrectien, ciotnea wun j;iui y, im
mortality and eternal lives; and I seal upon
you the blessings of thrones and dominions
and principalities, and powers, and exalts.
!,. tnirether with the blessings of Abra
ham, Isaac and Jacob, and say unto you be
rri.ii rul. and multiply, and replenish the
earth, that you may have joy und rejoicing
in vour posterity in the duy of the Lord
Jesus. All these blessings, together wun
all other blessings pertaining to the new and
..n.Uciiniri-nvpnnnt.1 seal unon vour heads
thrnncrh vour faithfolness unto the end, by
th ntlinritv of the Holv Priesthood, in the
name of the rather, ana oi me dou, ouu ui
thn Hnlv Gil ost. Amen." The Scribe then
entctB on the general record, the date and
place orthe marriage, together with the
names oi two or tnree wunc. u.v.w
present. ' .
nnrnrsTRR Plour Trade. The Flour
Correspondence of the Lancaster Gazette.
Columbus, J:ny. 27, 1333.
Editor of the Gazette: After full con
sideration nnd discussion the House of Rep
resentatives finally determined that the best
way to pny off the truculence of the Senate,
was not to incur the odium of an adjourn
ment before they had met a single tithe of
.. i i!- - ....:.... TM,rt ...ittnliitinn IVH
llie mimic l-MU-i lutiuu. in"-'1- -
referred to a select ceinmitte
Uui fihmtt six n'c lock next morning,
are deadly h"6tile to it, will, instructions io , insinuated to his sleeping partner
. . . .i. .,r I... ii... .-oi ,ipeeKnrv ' J . . . -
report iiib aumun. , -- 'r that it was tune to get up.
to be done and what time in the "IV11"" "' .And, added he, 'when bre
on the philosophy of woman's holding her
tongue. I then read aeveral treaties on th
effect or bread and water eiscipune in mi
ins sood wive. Shakspeare' taming a
shrew, famished me with a few excellent
practical lessons. I am now generalizing
all their systems into one, which shall carry
the awav in all future trenerations, and can-
vert the plague ol matrimony into a oiessing.
In the course of a ye.ar or so, added Solo
mon, "my Rules for the Regulation or a
Woman (I intend to publish them) will be
completed, and then I shall take mo a
And Solomon was as eood as his word,
for at the sue of 36. feelina able to battle
with any woman in or out or the land of
Amazons, got married. At uns iropurum
period, Solomon was puffy and as comforta
ble a looking fellow as you'd a seen in a
dnv'a walk.for albeit the crown of his head
never stood five feet from the heels of his
boots, he waa of proportions thut would
have done honor to an alderman, or even a
lord mayor, and his gait, (especially when
walking with anything in the shape of a
woman.) was pompous as a suuaii b, uib
t aiu-li times, his countenance always as-
siimil An nanect that could not have brook-
on H... annroni-h of female familiarity. The
lady whom Solomon had chosen for his
worser half, was apparently a lamb-like
girl. So that the chances were fair, that
she wou'd not only be a tractable wife, but
that it would require no help from his sys-
tm to mnke her so.
NW Knlomon had the forbearance not to
interfere with hia lady's sayings and doings
on the wedding, nor is it recorded that he
assumed special authority on tne next nigm
Dr. Ka' New Expedition w e en
derstandthat Dr. E. K. Kane, of the navy,
is rapidly preparing for his daring enter
prise of undertaking to find an open VoM
tea. The expedition win tuuip..
bout thirty men, but it Is to be oi tne iw
omplete character in all it cienufie and
other detail, and every roan who belong
to it will be selected for ome particular
qualification and .me pecial ervice in
view for him. Notwithstanding the des
perate character orthe enterprise, we learn
ti. at volunteers for the service.are constant
ly offering onlv to be refused, for if we are
not misinformed, the little band of adven
turers is now complete. Tbe prmc.pal
... .: !,.- 1-" r. Knlnncrfl to HenXV
by hi. own wife, which wa. the worst or all j N Vork and 0eorge Pea.
He. Solomon Swallow, tbe celebrated V. .,., wi, fn-msh the means,
founder or a system or uiatrimenialOUerva-1 J' . . ToTMea that our wor-
'I've a way to make you.'
Spoon diet, lock., chain, and cowhide.'
You're a brute!' and Mrs. Swallow threw
herseir back, and looked desperate.
Now this was a climax. Mr. Swallow
was called a brate at his o n fireside, and
idea or tbe
abundance of money in that
shipped by canal from Rocheslerin I853,was
1 f . J . . I T. . I 1 1 U . .
538,670 barrels; on tne nociit-Bieruiiu uji-
p.nso Railroad. 183,198 oarreis aooui luuu
km. ahinned to Osrdensbure. The amount
or wheat left at Rochester by the canals in
1 852, was 1 ,003,090 bushels by the Eric, and
hnnhela bv the Genesee Valley; by
Western Railroad, 18l,if ousneiu, mailing
a total or 1,723,168 bushels in 1852, against
i.R40.45fi bushels in 1851. A now mill on
W.tnr Street is nearly ready to go into op
orntinn. ond the Democrat supposes that
should the present state ol the market con
tinue after the reopening of navigation, that
the dour manufacture oi riocncster ioio win
exceed that of any previous season. t-iftf,
Her. ' ;; " ''"' "' ' j ' ' ' ,. .
Ur-RivER Trade. The Cincinnati En
nuircr says the opening of the Baltimore and
Ohio Kaiiroau, wei i r nuHg,
en a new era in tho Ohio River trade.. On
her last up-trip the 'Emma Dean" carried
from Madison, to one single house at Whecl:
: rrinraav. Norton Sl Co.) no lesM than
two hundred and fifty tone, which were ship
ped to Baltimore over the new road. '
" Grass Provision-Tha - constitution of
Illinois provide, for paying member, of. the.
Leei.lature for forty-two days legislation at
a session, out ii proiraio .""a""
kn.. k... tn font their own bills. The con
UUI l T w (ww- --
ia that they then foot it home, du
sines all done op. A" similar provision
Would save the people of Ohio much Money
and partially from tns evil oi Being -govern
.i. ,i;ii,... nfinr mr!i exiiinisiat'oii c;in
reasonobly be fixed for U adjuiirniiienl.
. . .... . i .i : r I :.
The resolution will do sruuieu, ur u n
forced back, it will come with a report re
commending a timp not earlier than the sec
ond Monduv in March. The House lias
been for a day r two discussing a bin smi-
lar to the Maine Liquor ww, nnu unci a
cooddealor gassing laid ltupontlio tame
bv adjourning. xesteroay, bit. . -
bill to compel the payment or Bank taxes
(celebrated as the crow oar nui; wns uii u
sed. It is very stringent, extravagant and
absurd, and cannot pass the Senate even
though it reaches them, it auinonzea coun
ty Treasurers to break by force into the
vuulls,drawers,dC8ks and other depositories
of delinquent banks, and steal, lane anu -ry
away whatever valuables they find. It is
opposed by the class or Locofocos who still
retain a slight notion of respect for courts
and constables, and creates a good eai oi
dissension in the ranks of the faithful. Mr.
Beckel particularly, the Locofoco Represen
tative from Montgomery, fights fiercely a
gninst it and makes some happy hits at the
radical absurditiea of his less prudent and
less informed colleagues.
Rfiral rases are now pending before the
Supreme Court here, which test the consti
tutionality or the law or last winter under
which the Banks are taxea auove men "-
per centum, and no doubt is entertained but
thatthe law will beset aside. Prominent
Locofocos here express thisopinion and if
the bill were now pending its passage would
be doubtfol. It is said that the Auditor of
State has issued a circular, directing county
T..,.ri.r to ''irut" whatever banks refuse
to pay and to disregard injunctions granted
by the courts, unuer tne penaii; ui ..
in nn rnr.fiints for taxes reully collected.
"- . , , -. . ,i
Th. Kanutn nas neen ana'i liumwinii
nmmittPR of the whole olnlio new code
since the report of the commissioners was
submitted, and will aouuiimio eisr nmu
consider it for several day to come. The
School Bill ha been passed. l lie ouu
Treasury bill is in the hands or the Finance
tion, called a brute, and oy no less a person
than Mrs. Swallow. At first he wasso as
tonished at such open mnirf ,at,on ,re: 1 owncss orthe expedition by hi cnlight
f.nllinn tn hia nival will. that he only looked t r , .. . . .. n. ir.no in it oriran
airhast: but when he came to birasir, he
saw that something must be done at once,
or the field was lost forever.
'You called me a brute, Mrs. Swallow'
'1 did Mr. Swallow.'
'I'll go mad and break things, Mrs. Sw al
As you like sir.
And Mr. Swallow did go snaJ, but he had
. .... f r L. ..:..J .Kn
a method in nis maoneaa, lur uc ,-.i-cheapest
article of deir that was on the ta
ble (an old plate wun a cracs. iu nj
dashed it in a thousand pieces on tne neann,
at if be was in a tremendous passion.
'How ao you like that, Mrs. bwanow:
Vastly. Mr. Swallow, try it again.
h. .nuin.man. Juhn 1'. Aenneay,
rtKA . sr. has ensured the eom-
en ;d action in aiding Dr. Kane in its organ
ization with the power ot tne goverDiiteii,.
'OLDBctU0Sf,O FlLUBtSTERtStf. Mr.
Benton. In bis original way of doing such
things,defines the term Fildntster or Flibustrr,
somewhat amusingly. "About a century
aeo," y he, "there was a cias ei gentry,
roving the seas, and helping themselves to
what they wanted, and were able to take
from nations or individuals, whom tbe Eng
lish called Freebootert, and the French called
FUbustUrtM& the Spaniard called Flibxts
leroet, and which we (the Americans) call
Flybuskrt; and whose nstural and Interna
tional creed wa comprised in the answer to
two brief questions. First, whether any
man or nation has anything that wo want!
. ...l .iMinnrflt. met. vre able to take it? and
IIH wWWJ t T ------
akfast la ready
...... in ,- rail me. but be sure and not ourn
the toast.' '
'Breakfast and toast,' said Mrs Swsllow,
'why, whatdo you mean?'
'Why, my dear, 1 mean mat mo urBu
my system.' " "
'And won't you get up tool
Yes, when breakfast is ready, and my
Mr Swallow wa about to reply ,out she
checked herself, a she was ashamed to say
much to him on o short an acquaintance,
but though in the present instance she did
precisely as she was bid, she resolved in
her heart that she would get up at six in tbe
nn-nino tn irpt hrenkfast no more.
,1,UI b- . ... ,
At 8 o'clock, every inmg ucmg icu,,
called Mr Swallow.
'Breakfast Is ready, Mr awanow.
Is the toast made!'
' "Not burned!'
'Are my stockings aired V
"You'll do said Swallow ,nnd to breakfnst
he went having received the services of the
Mrs. Swallow to assist mm
And again he did try it, (for he had be- j t)lse two qUCStioii8 being affirmatively art
me desperate) and demolished the cream ! 8ft.cred; "take ii!" was the word! But as all
nations airreed to hang sucn gentry wuc.
ever tbey could find them, tbe race became
extinct, and tne names oooicic, u...
dern operator in Cuba annexation and Cu
ban bonds, have rovivea tne nam,
1US: . . .nn
'iow,' said tne laoy, it is mj mm,
jumping up, she sent'the slop-bowj to keep
nnmnanv with its tea table companions,
This was of course too much forSolomon;
it snapped asunder the last remaining chord
ol tne nine reason nc uu n,., - r
ped his helpmate we use the word in it
most positive term on her right cheek; but
scarcely had the echo or the blow malted
into silcnco eTe tho indignant dame seized
the tea-pot and shivered it into atoms a
n.inut tl.n hpil of the devoted Mr. Swallow.
Nor was this all, for as he was rolling heels
over head from the effect or the awfol col
lision, she piled the remainder ot me tea
traps until there was scarcely a bone in nis slateu, lias
and saucers, and rounds
. C . V. a n. nf
getting it stucK upon pan ui u. vr
. . . ..... . C-.J , 'xa nnw hn-nm.
the United states. xiyv
ine a political designation in our country,
aad is nothing but the Freebooter orthe old
EncrUsh, done into Flibuitier by the French
into Fililutttroe by the Spanish, and done
back into English in the significant and kin
dred appellation or Fltbtster.
British Houmias Elevated to a Coto-.-
Th R.liz. or British Honduras, It is
. . .i
been elevated to a oicny; mc
bodv wh rhhnd not echoed to the eltrtck or .uperintendent .onverted into a tsorernor.
Doay wnicn iiau nuv hi.itnrpd - .n . Ponatituiion iriven to the people by
ITii.l,!.lo rarrv the war any longer for
that dy, Solomon gathered himself op as
well as he could, and vowing vengeance, he
atnrk hia nine in his mouth, his hands in his
the British Government. The province ex
tend almost across the continent, ana wiiu
the recently created colony or the Bay Is
lands, foreshadows the sequel to the Mos
rt,.iia Protectorate. It is also rumored that
-. a .nt-ace0ti
Ihe iJpntrai flrarnwu" r- ----
J .I.itlai ta
firtplrntrt. nnd tiicn coinmcncvu -
i; to the tune the old cow died on, looking themselves or the port
Mif 1." couM bite a piece off the griddle, 1 thev were e ected in September, 1851, by H.
as if he could ue a nit . ,rho,,ner Bermuda, and have again
urilhnur l.THIIir ma LI l ll un - v. . . n i . I
Cenlral American nag, u um
dressing. t . n
The brealtlasi, nowevur.uiu ..u. .... - -
be the thing it was cracked up for. The
toast was done a nine iou mm...,
tea wasn'tdone quite cnougn, tne si"
was at the wrong end ol tue tray, anu u.i-.c
were several crumbs on the carpet.
The servant hasn't been here this morn
ine,' observed Mrs. Swallow.
Wvant! I discharged her yesterday.
You don't think I can afford to keep ascr
vant and a wife tool' .
The lady waa again posed, and said Hom
ing, but the day wore to its close before she
could bring herself to the belief that her
husband had used the worus uu
vnnt in the same sentcutc.
j tj.. n,.;nr Hptprimned to lollow hoisted tne
fh n,mnl o'fher lord and master in oth-; room of the Musquito
er matters besides tho delf breaking, plac. d
another chair back to bark with Solomon s
and after providing herself with a novel, sat
. . . 1 i i ,l;n. . ... . v aa
herscll down, ana oepan r.? ...
if there was no such thing as beds to mn
. . . i : .11 r-hridl Aiiflnir.
or stocaings to ineiiii, i - - i .. .. - D(.c,
M.n ,mffprti.,nate couple sat for a.X j Mc Kay, in u,
mortal hours, each bent upon sitting the ,
other down, and ruminating the while upon j
their relative position. But it must be con
fessed that Mrs. Swallow had the best of
the bargain, lor independent or Solomons
mangled head, and patbailed nei-R and
shoulders, he saw ss clear os mud, that the
watch dial and the crockery , must be re
placed; so that the reducing of the first
chapter in his voluminous system to practice
most be attended wun an oum ui..
twenty dollars. Tins being the case I
n.:i ... U7..II he buns for a sheep as a lamb,
ibouo-ht he, and with tlint he rose from his
Loss of the Packet Ship St.George.-t
v ii.v. nn narticulars orthe loss or this
' as packet ship, in addition to those advised by
nkr the Europa at Halifax. She was a fine ship
,r ' i or 845 tons, built at Newburyport by Donald
Swallow again ; chair, stole softly from the room, ond turned
Cuimerce or Cuba. Tho value of the
imports of Cuba, for 1 85 1 , was 32,3 1 1 ,430,an
increase of more than three millions over
the previous year; 8,500,a , were irom
Spain, 8,143,077 from the United States.nnd
7,374,958 from England. Of the gross a-
' 1 . .. .-. i . . i nnn . nn ir
mount, about tnree-nitns ,oa,io,i.;
were imported in Spanish bottoms, and in
nthnfxnn V iy.4ia,Z0. n "
in favor orSpanish shippingdutes from 1832,
and is in some respects the result of our
legiBlation.retaliating discriminations wuicn
commenced in 183-2. Since thut time A-
merican shipping has been decreasing, anu
the Spanish increasing almost uninterrnp-
tedlly. The value of an me export irom
Cuba durtng tne year- ioji v..;u
341,683 44; of this thc largest amount taken
by anyone nation is 13,322,834 68 taken
. : ft . i fliA maw, tn mnnnl.
by the uuuea aiaiea. . ...-s....
tude is 7,159,898 17 token by Englnnd. ;
! A LT-ScufcrToR Mis Harriet Hos
mer; of Boston, now at Rome, nnder the tu
ition or Mr:- Gibsom has mooeueu airesuj
large bust of Venus, to Gibsoh's infinite a
mazement and delight. It is said he takes
.ii pni.b. o it. und av there is not a
scutptdrin Rome whb could do better, while
there are many wno couiu not appruu n.
' .-: ' " '"
'frvn,m 1 a honsb in Hudson Avenue
Brooklyn, near the ferry; which Is octopled
liV river hinitrea" hum ontnyf .
.u.. r..(nr iip must save
. t.. .1 n ni'i-psasrv a duty
Ol reminuuig um - . -.
Mrs. Swallow, however.benehted nothing
The next morninc at x, Swallow again chnir.sioie somy n... ..- "-'"'-.,--th8.t
it wm lime to get up the key upon the gentle Mrs.
o , should be taken by every tcacner ...
ant, Mr. Swal-prico ,. Mar per ycar.-O.
Mrs. Swallow' said
by this soft insinuation, for nttha
she either was, or pretended to be
ed in the arms or Morpheus
'Don't you bear, Mrs.
Solomon. . ,,
But alas! a slight conciousness was the
only respoi so from Mrs. Swallow.
Nowthiswnsa ticklir-h point with Sol
omon, but ho was prepared for it. What
...... ..Mem on this hesd!' said he to
!.i..,,.f musinirlv. ll Ts that a lary wife i
who luvsabfd in the morning, may be very
properly reminded of her duty by the judi
cious application or a coercion pin. And
this magnificent idea had scarcely crossed
tbe threshold ot ms btbih pan, . -
serted the point ot a nuge pin iu u.u
arm or the sleeper. As might be expected,
the intended effect instantly followed the
cause," for the - astonished Mrs. Swallow
sprang from the bed as though she had been
thrown from it by an earthquake! ' But alas!
i .. .. tnn .tribinolv manifested, lor
she not only all but annihilated poo Solo-,
mon rolling over him, faHt he "J
patent lever from the nail wMch suspended
it to the wall. nd broke the .dial into a
thonsand pieces. nV:V..lt.d Mrs.
Whatadreadiui urea.... T- i..,
Swallowi pressings ner icn o-
wounded arm.- -Whst
door, but it was ton late
Onen the door this inst
Not until I have kept you here seven
Hava nnon bread nnd water,' retnrned the
i victorious Solomon, as Ue went his wsy re
1343, nine years old, ana
owned by several parties in New xrk.
She was insured lor 40,000 in variousofli-
. mm - ! . II tv'tf ti Af
ce in that city, iter cargo is Paru..j, , .
all insured. The total insurance is about
S200 tiOtl. The vessel was consigned to
David Ogden, sq , oi wew j ra, .m -manded
by CapU Bainson.
Ohio JoUrsal of EducaTio. The Feb
roary number of this valuable journal is en
our table. The proceedings of the late
Teacher's Convention, me aajreaa .
CowDERT.of Sandusky, an
Mr. AsdrewS. occupy the first partofthe
nreR.nt number. Several interesting ar
ticles are added, making the TW -l
r o-1, m tu teachers and friends ol
education in Ohio. In appearance
The EaicMos'-'-The New York Post
ihnt in compliance with a suggestion
u; request from M, Kennedy .the feecre a-
But alas! how fleeting is human greaines. rT ol ine nj.-"- . o mot.;.he
: .i.... h.u .n knnr he returned to see interests in .a.v. i. i -
who manifests the deepest
t Ericsson's new motor, the
, Ericsson is now preparing to go to Nor-
hulf. for Mrs. Swallow nu , su
. nf hi fine linen shirts (.mat have
.... i.:. i..w .v-pnteih into pieces, to make
i.' i r n from the window
reality J. shouted. Mr.
..i. t i
how matters were gome. -.". "r n.iii .. rpn.lv for sea. it is pre-
mithi.eye to the key l.o e wwi n ; - -fta, weWiH
roaring like a bull, for Mr, ewa """!-''""" ""r ascertaining whether
he has power cnouph to run against a head
:.j ...i.iK m.ni mechanics anu bcibhuu
rope to let ,1.. imini m,.'.ub.
In .lileovered thst she had also thrown " " Diggings seem to be thot'
llo, .u..?-.: bJ ,inJn, ic.,, "" "T.-r.iM- ..the coal beds. A
tb.rrd to make her di-s.ent safe. ; tlie three small Chin
O! chop-fallen Solomon Swallow. ! T,3nd, off lh 1 0ast -r Peru, contain
......nfthe Swallows are silenti . . nnrd ,A fiftT millions tons ol pure
IM' ail.UIVt - . . , a rwaau
as to I
. . I ..i,L,rfc. air. swallow poppeu ,....
m-hpad from under the blanket and said:-! uborera contrive to beliappy
'Mrs. Swallow dear, ian t it lime to get up , - Ttow "ere drow?"
Y-..' returned the l ..ly.'and you may can , ou
M . J-.on Saturday, while
wh.. vou have lit the fire and pot on ine en at " . ... from ,0 to U
: . HA-IIIIX
battla ? " ' ' e '
he remaining nccurren.r. of this e-: ., ,n)r prspect for the fo mer. -rolday.buton
tho very next morn.ns. -h k of dig 'ing and losing it i pie
.even o'clock, Mr. Swsllow, popped , 1 d . mogt forbidding one; and yet the
sknting on a mill pond,
nn into a ; hole in the ice
17a .ere drowned, although h water wa
Poor Solomtn! There W no OHcrnat.ve. , ye.. -a- - . . - hoe in the ,ce
. I J !.njl nlfinilfT
c h .t bout hift worn wiid an
which showed that hoh.d he .terror .... - oat a and there were .
broken head and oemc " mher 0f mea around L112-
in h memory, m j .
ed too m n e h Cl f '"VJ '